Translated from my Bengali book ‘Upanishader pare’(Beyond Upanishad)

Volume – 24, December, 2013


Chapter 34

[Quite a number of people have seen Jibankrishna or Diamond in the sun in dreams and trances both in his life time and after death. Even after his death in 1967, people still are seeing him in sun through dreams and in trance. This phenomenon has been mentioned in different Upanishads, though the person in sun described by them remained unidentified. They have only mentioned in their hymns.

Then thousands and thousands of years rolled by, but that phenomenon remains a mystery to mankind and thousands of people in India have lost their eyes by looking at the outside sun to trace that person, But in vain!

After so long years Jibankrishna unveiled the mystery when the first man saw him in sun in his dream. Thereafter as days passed by, countless people saw him in sun through their dreams and still it is continuing. A very few examples are recorded to establish the truth described in Upanishads and discussed in the light of Jibankrishna’s versions on different dates with reference to hymns of Upanishads.]

Aparna Biswas is a resident of Simurali, 24 – Parganas (N) of West Bnegal. She listens to the reading of Diamond’s Bengali book ‘Dharma-O-Anubhuti’ (Religion and Realization) at Simurali Reading center. After attending the center for some days she started seeing Diamond in dreams. She narrated one of her dreams thus:

I was feeling that I had become a girl of 16-17 years. Along with my elder sister and brother-in-law I had gone to an unknown place. After coming back home I arranged their staying at a room and went into the room of my second uncle. There he handed over a bundle of notes (Rupees) to me. Putting the bundle inside my bag as soon as I came out to the portico, I saw the red sun in the sky.  It was rising then. My uncle was repeatedly paying his homage with folded hands looking at the sun. My sister said, ‘what happened to uncle’? I said, ‘As the sun has risen, so he is doing so.’ But saying these words as soon as I looked at the sun, I saw that Jibankrishna with a huge body was seated in meditation inside the sun. On her left side was standing Goddess Kali and on the back side was standing God Shiva. I told my sister, ‘See! See! The Maha Yogi!’ But my sister couldn’t see anybody, and so she asked, ‘Where’? I thought, was I wrong? So again I looked at the sun and saw that same scene. I said, ‘Oh God! What have you shown me! Oh God!’ And then my dream was off.

[The seer’s dream has established the hymns of Upanishads where they are saying that the man in the sun is same and one with ‘Parama Brahma’ or the Supreme Being. These were written several thousand years ago.]

Tarasankar Ganguly of Srirampur town, Hoogly district, West Bengal,India has narrated how he saw Jibankrishna as sun in his trance. It is thus:

It was the month of July, 2009. One day I saw in my trance a lantern, brightly illuminating the surroundings. But nothing was visible in the surroundings. Next moment that lantern was vanished and in place of that the sun was seen, though no illumination was emerging from the sun. The sun also disappeared and in place of the sun the face of Jibankrishna was seen – very bright and luminous, though nothing was visible in the surrounding. At this moment the trance was off.

[The trance indicated that Jibankrishna is the sun  or in other words the life-sun of the whole human race illuminating the rays of Supreme knowledge.]

Sibu Singh attends the Reading Center at 1/1, Kali Banerjee lane, Howrah Town where Jibankrishna’s (Diamond) Bengali book ‘Dharma Anubhuti’ is read regularly. He narrated how he saw Jibankrishna in sun in his dream. It is as such:

On July 4,2002, I saw in my dream a huge ocean and the sun was rising from the far horizon. The rays were emerging from the sun which were revolving around the sun. Inside that sun there were two chairs. On one chair was seated a god and on another chair was seated a goddess. I saw many gods and goddesses. But ultimately they vanished and in their places was seated Jibankrishna and reader brother Samir on both the chairs. The dream was then off.

[The dream indicates that the prejudices about the traditional Hindu religion or from gods and goddesses are eliminated from the seer and at the same time establishes the facts mentioned in Upanishads where they have mentioned that the Person in sun is the same and one in the outside who has visualized God in full measure.]

Ms.Sanchalika Saha was a ten years old girl in 2007A.D. She attends the reading of Jibankrishna’s (Diamond) Bengali book ‘Dharma-O-Anubhuti (Religion and Realization in English version) at Amtala Reading Center, 24-Parganas (South), West Bengal,India.

She narrated her dream thus:

On November4,2007 at about 9 P.M, I was udying my lessons. At a certain time I slept and dreamed that I had gone to a river bank. Many people were standing there to see the sunrise. I also stood there. The sun was rising gradually. The whole surrounding became red. Within the sun I saw the face of Jibankrishna and at this moment my dream was off.

[In Isha Upanishad it is mentioned, ‘He who is in the sun and He who is outside are the same and one. He is ‘Parama Brhma’ or the Supreme Self.

This has been mentioned thousands and thousands of years ago, though they could not say specifically who was that person. But after so long years that hymn was manifested within a ten years old girl. But not only she, many people have seen and still are seeing Jibankrishna in sun through dreams establishing the truth of Upanishads that Jibankrishna is that man in sun and he is the Supreme Self.]

It was 1990. Mrs kali Bhattacharjee narrated how she saw Jibankrishna in the sun in her dream.

I saw in my dream red morning sun on the eastern sky. Inside the sun a half-burst red colored form of a man was seen. Watching minutely I saw that he had short beard and short hair-cutting. I recognized that he was Jibankrishna whom I saw in dream several times. Then my dream was off.



(Translated from my Bengali book ‘He Mahajivan’)

Volume – 24, December, 2013

My first visit to Diamond (Jibankrishna)

Ramkrishna Ghosh.

Part 1

I have spent most of my life at Sibpur, Howrah (West Bengal, India). From my very boyhood I was addicted in chit chating with my friends. Incidentally we had to come to Sarat Dutta Lane near kadamtala, Howrah (Where Jibankrishna used to reside). Since then I had to live a detached life.

During my return from the office, I used to think how to spend my life in good association. One day I was sitting at the residence of a familiar gentleman who recently had shifted at Kadamtala from Sibpur. I was having conversation with him about this matter. In the mean time a gentleman came and said that near Makardah Road religious discussion used to be held regularly with reading of ‘the Gospel of Sri Ramkrishna’. But it did not strike my mind, and I came back home without talking anything. Next day in the afternoon, all on a sudden it appeared in my mind that let me go and check the place about which the gentleman talked in the previous day. So I went out by my bicycle and according to the instruction I went to Kedar Deuti Lane and saw a small one-storied house having front door and windows on every wall. Inside were seated some 10-12 people. On a wall a portrait of Sri Ramkrishna was hanging . Sitting on the bicycle from the road I was observing everybody. Seeing me one gentleman said, ‘ Come my boy, come inside, and coming outside he told a boy something. Unknowingly I bowed down to him getting down from my bicycle. But it seemed strange to me why did I bow down to him, because I never bowed down to anyone in my life. This still remains a mystery. As soon as I bowed down to him, I felt that my body became hot on the right side and goosebumps appeared simultaneously. He again said, ‘come inside my boy’! I said, ‘ Not to-day, because my bicycle may be stolen from outside. Better I shall come to-morrow’. He said, ‘Okay’!

Still then I was feeling hot and my legs were becoming disbalanced. I tried to resist and said to  myself, ‘These are nothing.’ But in vain! Somehow I went to one of my friends house and took rest for some time. Next day I felt a great attraction and thought that I should go to him. So I went to that house and saw that the same gentleman was seated on his cot. It might be sometime in the year 1955.

Still then I could not guess that he was Jibankrishna. When I entered into the room one young gentleman ( later on I came to know his name as Binoy Roy) told me, ‘Go and bow down to him’. So I did so and sat on the floor just under the portrait of Sri Ramkrishna. Jibankrishna asked me, ‘My boy, what is your name? From where you have come’? As soon as I told him my name, he appreciated and said, ‘Oh, it is such a nice name! who has given you such name’? I said, ‘ One of my brother has kept this name’. Then I said, ‘ I have recently come to Kadamtala’. He said, ‘ My boy, have a family life’? I thought, probably he was asking about my parents. So I nodded with affirmation. Then he asked, ‘ Have you seen any dreams’? I was more surprised and thought what are dreams! I said, ‘ No, I have not seen any dreams’. He said, ‘Well, if you see anything, then remember it’.

I went on  listing to the reading of ‘the Gospel of Sri Ramkrishna’. At about 7-8 p.m. I came out. Next day I was feeling again some kind of attraction and thought, let me go there. But strangely I never felt attraction to any kind of religious discussion in my life. From 1955 to 1967 not a single day I missed him except being attacked by high fever.

The interpretations of the Sri Ramkrishna’s metaphors seemed something new which was never heard before. Such experience with divine feeling fulfilled my life.

Sometimes he told us about different kinds of Samadhi (Profound meditation merged into God) during his yogic interpretations and showed their different nature. I was perplexed and thought that we had heard that only Sri Ramkrishna used to have such frequent Samadhi.

One day I was sitting near his cot. Jibankrishna was giving interpretations and references on the metaphors of Sri Ramkrishna in such a nice way that I thought what a vast knowledge and reading he had Just at that moment Jibankrishna began to laugh and said, ‘Hey Ramkrishna, have I read too much’! I was greatly astonished how he could read my mind! However, as days were passing on the quiries began to rise in my mind about him. Of courses often he used to ask me whether I had seen any dream, but I answered in negative way. Thus three days had passed, but I saw no dream. So one day he asked me sternly, ‘ Where do you go after going out from here’? I said, ‘ I go to my friend’s residence for chit chat’, He said, ‘ Go straight to your house from here’. So that day I went straight home, and in that very night I saw a dream thus: A neat and clean place. It seemed to be Panchavati of Dakshineswar temple (Kolkata, where Sri Ramkrishna used to stay in the nineteenth century). Jibankrishna was seated in a Samadhi State (Profound meditation merged with God). I was standing there and saw that my mother was also standing there. I asked her, ‘ Mother, if you give permission, then I can go to him’. She smiled with an indication of permission. In the mean time I saw that Jibankrishna was also smiling. Just at the moment I saw that a 12 years old girl wearing a ghagra (Rajasthani dress) was dancing by weaving her hands. What a beautiful dance it was! I went on thinking with surprise that woman folks are not permitted, still how this was happening! At that moment I saw that he looked at the girl and she vanished, and I also woke up. This was my first dream. After meeting Jibankrishna I saw another dream within a few days. I saw that I was taking bath in the river Ganges of Dakshineswar. The water seemed to be sweet like sugar cakes. I was drinking up to my neck and thought that as Sri Ramkrishna came here, so the water had become so sweet. I remembered that once my father told, ‘ See, Thakur came to Dakshineswar, so everything became honey like’. I used to go to Jibankrishna and often thought, well, who is he that so many people used to see him in dreams! So one day I asked him, ‘ Well, Who are you that so many people see you in dream’? But he never disclosed any thing. So, again another day I asked him, ‘ Well are you Thakur (Sri Ramkrishna)’? He said, ‘ Have you any portrait of Thakur in your room’? I said, ‘ I have’. He said, ‘ See before going to bed at night, you ask Thakur who am I. Then you will get your answer’.

I went home that night and asked Thakur before going to bed, and I dreamed both Thakur and Jibankrishna. Once Thakur was pointing his finger towards Jibankrishna and then towards himself. As if he wanted to indicate that both of them are identical. Then my dream was off and I realized that Thakur again took birth in Jibankrishna’s form.

Jibankrishna used to tell others, ‘ See, When Ramkrishna came first he did not believe all these things, but now see what a change he had’! I remember that Jibankrishna used to say, ‘ See Thakur is my prop. I don’t know anything except Thakur’. It was true in his life. Unless we went to him, we could never understand the spiritual status of Thakur. From him we had learnt how to love Thakur. When he surpassed individualism and entered universalism, he used to say, ‘ See I am God in every body hair, in every cell’. This was the first time I heard such words from him. It was because universalism had manifested within him, otherwise he never wanted to expose himself when he was passing through individualism.



Volume – 24, December, 2013


Future indication of materialization of Diamond’s forecast about controlling spiritual world by divine thoughts and consciousness

27th May, 2004, Thursday.

72) To-day early in the morning a realization and perception had been gained by me. I had a dream in which large number of my class mates of ex-Agricultural College had gathered. I also joined them having chitchats, funs etc. Then the dream went off. And Instantly it flashed in my mind – All these human beings, know, unknown, friends who off and on use to appear in my dreams, what will happen to them? Whether Jibankrishna will appear in them or whether they will be controlled or guided by the divine conscious of Diamond being merged in Nirguna within them as he used to say in reality? He used to say, ‘I have been transformed into Atman (The Great Soul) and exist within every human being, guide them to the path of goodness and to see me within them will become insignificant then.

Large number of people appear in my dream. Who are they? They must exist or existed in the world. The same realization had also been realized in dreams by Jibankrishna in the last stage of his life. The meaning remained un-explained. In the same way the seer’s realization of the same type also remains mystery unless the effect will be seen in future.

Indication of future – controlling the spiritual world by Diamond through the seer

28th May, 2004, Friday.

73) Early morning dream : The scene opened with a place which seemed to be the Assembly Hall of West Bengal at Kolkata. One office was settled there for me with a new post and that post was as judge. Some people were roaming here and there. An unknown person came in front of me and began to knot a tie for me. But there was still time for opening of the office as if this would open at 10 A.M. So the person kept the tie for me just for the proper moment before staring of the office and I went out for a walk. Roaming here and there ultimately I started for the office as it was nearing to be opened at 10 A.M. Here the dream went off as my sleep became suddenly interrupted. Instantly a dream seen in the year on 20th June, 1976 flashed in my brain. The dream was thus : I was forecasting that one day would come when some of us would get the entity of Jibankrishna and control the spiritual world. When I was saying this, visualized that wearing a necktie I was doing the same thing.

After so many years the same dream appeared in another form with a conclusion where an unknown person meaning God himself, made the necktie ready for the seer who was going to be the judge. What may be the effect of this dream?

The future indication of Diamond’s pervasion among human beings and merging of reality and dream

7th June, 2004, Monday.

74) Early morning dream : A huge restaurant well equipped, decently arranged and sophisticated was seen in the first scene. A good number of people was having their supper on well arranged round tables. I was also seated in front of one table. Suddenly a Marwari lady came in front of me from the front table. She was quite unknown to me and began to tell me in incorrect Bengali accent ‘you know, many people now a days have come to see Jibankrishna in dreams and one of my relative was saying, ‘Had the book ‘Dharma-O-Anubhuti’ being translated into Hindi, it would have been very good. Then he could have read.’ I said, ‘There is a Hindi version of ‘Dharma-O-Anubhuti.’ At this moment the dream went off.

The dream clearly indicates the future when Diamond will pervade a major part of the world.

Recently a different sate of realization is happening within me. In dreams, I am visualizing all worldly incidents but all new in their types and full of joy. For this reason, I feel confusion in my daily life whether anything happens in reality of in dream.

It shows that the seer has been transformed into a state where both dream and reality are merged. This state has been described in Upanishad.

There is another indication that the seer’s dreams are as true as reality.



By Diamond picked up in the street

Volume – 24, December, 2013


Place  :—Temple  of  Dakshineswar.


Place—Temple  of  Dakshineswar.

217)     “The  path  of  devotion  is  for  you.  It  is  the  easiest  course”

The seed of devotion is inherent in a man. He is born with it Spontaneously devotion comes out in a man. It is heredity.

218)     “The foremost  requirement  after  attaining  this  human  life  is  to

get  more  love  and  more  devotion  for  the  lotus-feet  of  God”

The lotus-feet of God—is at the sixth plane. It is seen there. If one can fix and keep his mind in the sixth plane then he will be in continuous touch with divine life with a thrill of beatification.

219)     “To fathom  the  infinite  is  not  required”

A man wants to have a plunge in the Mississippi. It is not so required for him that He is to plunge at the source whereMississippirises and to keep on floating till he meets the ocean. All that is required for him is to get a plunge in any place in the longest course of the Mississippi.

Infinity does not lie in the outside but it is within a man—the most wonderful and unfathomable creation of God. In the course of the transformation of life-power into God without form, the form the life-power is transformed into the geometrical point of Euclid (the great geometrician of the Greeks) and infinity lies beyond the point. It is a point about which Buddha spoke while he was interrogated on his death-bed. It is the great ‘Is’ (Asti) of the Vedas.

220)     “Even  the  very  least  attachment  to  the  sense  to  touch  with  the  body  for  which woman  and  gold  are  concomitant  factor’s  of  requirement  will fail  to  yield  the full  measure  of  God  from  the  body.  So  the  man  cannot  have  the  divine  sense  that  he  is  not  body  but  he  is  God”

If a single fibre of the body is damaged and if it be not in a full-fledged fresh condition then there will be no accumulation of God in full measure in the cerebrum or the seventh plane. If you want to buy a thing in full measure of then you have got to pay the cost in ratio. The full measure of body is between 24 and 25 years of age and the body must be really a strong built one. He must have full grace of God-the-preceptorbetween12 and 13 years of age. God-the-preceptor will teach him all the course of transformation of life-power into God and in course of time the signs of the transformation will be exhibited in the body as they will penetrate and come out from within to without. The five sheaths in the body will take their birth in succession and successive transformations and realizations will come upon spontaneously, then God in the body will be separated in toto and make you conscious that you are God and not body.



(Translated from our Bengali magazine ‘Manikya’)

Volume – 24, December, 2013

Seeing Diamond in dreams and reality after his death through Reading Centers

A Reading Center runs at Shankar Math, Santragachi, Howrah Town (West Bengal State, India). Here Diamond’s (Jibankrishna) Bengali book ‘Dharma-O-Anubhuti’ (Religion and Realization in English version) is read regularly.

Many listeners go there to listen the reading Mrs. Purnima Pal is one of them. After attending for a few days she saw Jibankrishna in dream and narrated thus :

One day in the month of May, 1968, I saw in a dream that Jibankrishna was telling me, ‘I a going for a walk. Will you go with me’? It was then 3 O’clock at night, but I accompanied him. It was a road at Calcutta and we were walking for an unlimited time. Lastly he took me to a big fair where no crowed was seen except different emperors of past ages. Jibankrishna was introducing everybody to me. He was talking to them in their own languages as if they were so acquainted with him for many years. He was also describing to me about different situations. I was rooming with him with a great joy. There were so many unknown instruments which not manufactured in our country, but now they were being manufactured and he was explaining their uses with names. He was also explaining the differences between those civilizations and ours. After completing our visit, I felt the necessity of rest and so we sat on an open space. Then my dream was off.

[This whole universe including past, present and future is within our brain. These can be seen through dreams by the grace of God-the-Preceptor; or Jibankrishna.]


How I saw Jibankrishna (Diamond) in dream before I saw him in reality

Gosthobehari Nandi

It was the incident in 1967 when Jibankrishna or Diamond was alive.

Gosthobehari Nandi attends the Reading Center of Shankarmath, Howrah Town (west Bengali, India) where Diamond’s (Jibankrishna) Bengali book ‘Dharma-O-Anubhuti’ (Religion and Realization) in English version) is read regularly.

After listening the reading of Diamond’s book for a few days, one day Gosthobehari asked one of his friends and listener Harimohan Sau, ‘Who is this Jibankrishna? Where does he live? Will you take me to him?’ He fixed a Sunday. But to some reasons I could not go. And then for the next 2-3 Sundays I could not go. But I was feeling a great urge to meet him. Then one day early in the morning I saw a dream like this: A gentleman was seated on a cot in a room. E was unknown to me. On the floor the reading of the book ‘Dharma-O-Anubhuti’ was going on. Everybody was listening with rapt attention.

Then my dream was off but I was feeling a divine joy.  After a few days Harimohan introduced me with Madan Koley who was a companion of Jibankrishna. Brother Mohan took me to Jibankrishna and with a great astonishment I noticed that the same room and the gentleman were seen in y dream. What a great coincidence! At that time the Gospel of Sri Ramkrishna was read. One gentleman) Later on I came to know his name Jiten Chatterjee) was reading the book, and sitting on the cot (the same cot which I saw in my dream) Jibankrishna was listening. Brother Madan introduced me with him and said, ‘He goes to Shankarmath Reading Center’. Jibankrishna asked me, ‘My boy, do you see any dream after listening to the reading’? I said, ‘Yes and I have seen you before in a dream,’ and then I narrated the dream. Hearing the dream he began to laugh and said, ‘Then all are done’?

[The seer got the grace of JiIbankrishna through dream before meeting him and also got him as God-the-Preceptor.]

How Jibankrishna (Diamond) was introduced through dream before seeing him

Pramilabala Dasi

It was about the year 1967. I used to go to a Reading Center of Sitalatala, Howrah (West Bengal, India). But could not understand anything and thought what were they discussing! Then this Center was closed and a new Center was opened at the residence of Krishna Samanta at Shibpur, Howrah. I started attending that Center, though I know nothing about Jibankrishna.

I my first dream (July – Aug,1967) I saw that brother Krishnadhan showing a gentleman was telling me, ‘This is Jibankrishna’. And my dream was off.

After a few days I again saw in my dream that Sri Ramkrishna and Jibankrishna were laying side by side. Then my dream was off.

[By the grace of Jibankrishna the seer saw him in dream before seeing him in reality. In the second dream it was shown to the seer that both Sri Ramkrishna and Jibankrishna are identical.]

I saw Jibankrishna (Diamond) in dreams before seeing his photo

Vidyut Kumar Das

Sometime in 1978 A.D I saw a dream. I had gone to see a movie with someone. As it was about to start late, I roamed here and there. On the road I purchased a sweet and ate. Seeing a religious preceptor of one of my friend I was going to bow down to him, but just at that moment somebody held me with his left arm and made me sit on his left side. My dream went off.

Later on when I saw a photo of Jibankrishna in the Reading Center, I recognized that I saw him in my dream.

[Here the seer got Jibankrishna as his God-the-Preceptor.]














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